How to book your place for the final Liberal Democrat Leadership Hustings

It’s been a pretty gruelling month for Ed Davey and Jo Swinson.

The hustings phase of the leadership campaign comes to an end on Wednesday 10th July.

The event takes place at the National Liberal Club on Whitehall Place at 6:30pm.

All members of the party are welcome to attend, but you need to tell the NLC first.

As well as questioning the candidates, it’s a great opportunity to nose around the NLC, a beautiful building replete with history.

From their official press release:

The final leadership election hustings of the campaign will take place this Wednesday evening at the National Liberal Club.

All members of the party are welcome to attend this event (regardless of whether they are members of the National Liberal Club).

Members are asked to arrive at 6pm to submit questions, the hustings itself will commence at 6.30pm and conclude by 8.30pm.

All members are welcome to attend, but as capacity is limited, members are requested to book in advance by emailing the Club office: [email protected]

After that, it’ll be another 10 days or so of GOTV until we know the result.

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2 Comments

  • Richard Underhill 7th Jul '19 - 11:35am

    The balcony overlooking the Thames is especially attractive in this weather, despite the noise for Charing Cross over-ground station.
    There is, of course, no smoking in the Smoking Room.

  • nigel hunter 7th Jul '19 - 11:57am

    It has come to my notice that Beethoven’s 9th (Ode to Joy) was commissioned by The Royal Philharmonic Society 1822. It was 1st performed 21st March 1825 It has BRITISH history. It would be a fitting end if it could be sung (or a recording be played) at the end of the hustings. with media present and then put on the net.

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